98.1 WOGL Loves Our Kids Radiothon



This year, the 2017 98.1 WOGL Loves Our Kids Radiothon, brought to you by the Philadelphia Area Mazda Dealers, raised $300,439 for The Children’s Miracle Network at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia!  We know that with your generous donations next year in 2018, we can raise even more money!

For the 16th year, on December 7th and 8th, 98.1 WOGL and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia teamed up to raise money to support patient care programs at CHOP.

All donations stayed local to support the resources required to treat thousands of children here in the Delaware Valley.

Thank you for making a difference in the lives of so many children:

Kelsey Baker, Auto Dealers Association of Greater Philadelphia

Tom Hessert, Barbera on the Boulevard

Crystal Lee, Bayada Pediatrics

Pat Solliday, CarSense

Jordan Smith, Commonwealth Charter Academy

Liz Massimo, DiNardo’s Famous Crabs & Seafood

Aaron Abrams, Giant Food Stores

Brian Clark, The Goddard School

Kristen Sipe, Hair Cuttery

Matthew Wilson, Martin Law

Nicole Dunn, Mealey's

Joe Lewis, Philadelphia Area Mazda Dealer

Michael Yacovone, Meineke Car Care Center

Mike Starck, NRG

Dr. Heidi Gough & Sarah Williamson, PA Leadership Charter School

Daniel Pfeiffer and Dr. John Chandler, Pennsylvania Virtual Charter School

Barry Sullivan, Philadelphia Gas Works

Sean Johnson, Piazza Auto Group

Jonathan Litt, Ruby's Diner


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